Halo Infinite | Gameplay shown was from an earlier version of the game, Greenberg confirms

The gameplay presented for Halo Infinite suffered several criticisms

The gameplay of Halo Infinite at the Xbox Series X that Microsoft exhibited during its event yesterday, apparently it was from an earlier version of the game.

After years of waiting, Microsoft has finally revealed the gameplay of the new Halo running on its next generation console, the Xbox Series X. Many fans, however, have expressed criticism about the game’s look, more specifically suggesting that the game does not it looks like ‘next generation’.

Former IGN presenter Alanah Pearce addressed this issue in a newly released video after an interview with Microsoft marketing manager Aaron Greenberg:

In the Greenberg interview, Pearce asked about Infinite’s graphics, after which Greenberg replied that, in addition to being in a global pandemic and months from launch, the gameplay shown is from an earlier version of the game.

“Yes, I mean, listen,” Greenberg replied. “We are in the middle of a global pandemic. It is July, we are far from the end of the year, you are watching a game in progress. That said, you’ve probably watched the stream in 1080p, perhaps. So we set up a 4K 60 live on demand . Go see the game in 4K and 60FPS. ”

The marketing manager added: “It is very difficult to show all the power and graphical fidelity of what the Xbox Series X can offer you in a live. So go back and see in 4K and 60FPS. The only thing I will say is that it is a work in progress. So, what are you seeing today, and I can say, because we see the check in increase every week, and they have made progress week after week. Between now and Holiday, everything will get better and better. ”

Halo Infinite will launch with the Xbox Series X later this year. The game will also be available on Xbox One and PC.